(RNS) — The starting bid was $1, but the final 15 minutes of the weeklong auction were punctuated by rapidly rising bids in mostly $500 increments.
(RNS) — Some see the honor as worthy of a preacher who had the ear of American presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama, while others see it as a violation of the separation of church and state.
(RNS) — For Team USA skier David Wise, the tough road from Sochi to Pyeongchang has required him to lean heavily on his faith and family.
(RNS) — 'I kind of envision me skiing and God is kind of like an eagle right next to me screeching in my ear that everything is going to be all good,' the freestyler said.
(RNS) — Pads, helmets, goggles and gloves are secondary equipment for Gigi Marvin.
(RNS) — The five-time Olympian didn't get a medal, but the snowboarder says her true sense of self-worth comes from her faith.
(RNS) — Adam Rippon criticized the vice president, who is leading the U.S. delegation to the Winter Games, for his support for gay conversion therapy.
(RNS) — The Olympics have deep religious and spiritual roots -- which, some scholars say, are in jeopardy.
(RNS) — Many of the supposed 'Jews' and their supporters called out Paul Nehlen's anti-Semitism with ridicule.
(RNS) — Will audiences watch a sitcom about a guy who talks to God?
(RNS) — Author Julia Duin focuses on a new breed of snake-handling preachers — young and adept at using social media to attract attention.
(RNS) — Here are eight recently published books that deal with religion and spirituality in plot, theme or subject matter — without proselytizing.
(RNS) — An internationally derided "lèse-majesté" law may send Sulak Sivaraksa to jail for 15 years.
(RNS) — 'Losing this bell — having it stolen from us — means that we have a lost a part of our community,' said the church's pastor.
(RNS) — Afghanistan is a close second in an annual list from a Christian rights watchdog organization.